As part of the implementation of a project for the production of educational booklets with images, we are looking for a young cartoonist or draughtsman to work with. Are you a talented young artist, known or unknown? This is for you. Take the opportunity to showcase your drawing and caricature skills. Share with us in [...]DETAIL
Thank you for all your solidarity in the last week! Now we need your financial support to cover the cost for court and psychological care. Please spread the news! We are still shocked! Our West African friends, who had spent the last three weeks in Mannheim for a youth exchange between climate activists from West [...]DETAIL
Today, 02.05, the “Initiative 2. Mai” organizes a demonstration in memory of a person who died a year ago due to police violence.
Dear community, Since the appalling events that took place on the 27th of April 2023 against some of our African guests, many of you have been showing continuous support. We are sincerely touched by this. This gives us even more strength to say no to this injustice done to Black and Afro-descendant people for decades. [...]DETAIL
Several Black climate justice activists invited by the Black Academy assaulted physically and emotionally by a German police unit on the 27th of April 2023 in the flat where they were staying in Manheim
On April 27, special guests of the Black Academy, who had come from various African countries to Mannheim, Germany to work on projects on climate change and the visibility of black activists, suffered physical and psychological violence at the hands of a German police unit. They were woken up on the morning of 27 [...]DETAIL
Hello dear community/partners and friends, In the framework of the Likôda project, our team is pleased to invite you to a World Coffee on Thursday 27 April 2023 from 3pm to 5pm (German time) to exchange and present the first proposals of Black personalities for whom booklets could be made. This will also be [...]DETAIL
History has always held bad memories about Black people despite the many achievements they make in their respective societies on a daily basis. Moreover, this history is dominated by the Eurocentric view that only highlights the part of history that best serves the interests of this view at the expense of Black people themselves. In [...]DETAIL